autoTRADER.ca Top 10 Most Searched Vehicles in 2014

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Canadians stick with bread and butter options when searching for a car in 2014

When it comes to retail, consumers in Canada tend to stick with what they know. It’s as true for cars and trucks as anything else you’d find with a price tag.

autoTRADER.ca has compiled its latest search statistics from across the country and broken it down by province, showing a good mix of both city and country buying habits for 2014.

“The vast majority of Canada is unequivocally truck country,” says Ian MacDonald, Director of Marketing at autoTRADER.ca. “But this year’s list proves that there is more than healthy demand for passenger and city-friendly vehicles, both import and domestic.”

Unlike 2013, which was dominated by pickups, this year sees a wide swath of vehicles — from compacts and SUVs to sports cars and, of course, pickups.

Top 10 Most Searched Vehicles in Canada
1. Honda Civic
2. Ford F-150
3. BMW 3-Series
4. Ford Mustang
5. Jeep Wrangler
6. Honda Accord
7. Chevrolet Corvette
8. Honda CR-V*
8. Mazda Mazda3*
9. Porsche 911
10. Ford Escape

*A tie for eighth place, with both models searched equally across Canada

Of the top 35 most searched nameplates in Canada, these are the top 10 per province.

Alberta
1. Honda Civic
2. Ford F-150
3. BMW 3-Series
4. Jeep Wrangler
5. Jeep Grand Cherokee
6. Ford Mustang
7. Chevrolet Corvette
8. Porsche 911
9. Toyota Tacoma
10. Ford Escape

British Columbia
1. Honda Civic
2. Ford F-150
3. BMW 3-Series
4. Toyota Tacoma
5. Jeep Wrangler
6. Ford Mustang
7. Porsche 911
8. Mazda Mazda3
9. Chevrolet Corvette
10. Honda CR-V

Manitoba
1. Ford F-150
2. Honda Civic
3. Jeep Wrangler
4. Ford Mustang
5. Honda CR-V
6. Ford Escape
7. GMC Sierra 1500
8. Jeep Grand Cherokee
9. BMW 3-Series
10. Toyota Tacoma

New Brunswick
1. Ford F-150
2. Jeep Wrangler
3. Honda Civic
4. Ford Mustang
5. Toyota Tacoma
6. Honda CR-V
7. Toyota RAV4
8. Toyota Corolla
9. Chevrolet Corvette
10. BMW 3-Series

Newfoundland and Labrador
1. Ford Mustang
2. Ford F-150
3. Chevrolet Corvette
4. Jeep Wrangler
5. Honda Civic
6. Chevrolet Camaro
7. Toyota Tacoma
8. Toyota RAV4
9. GMC Sierra 1500
10. BMW 3-Series

Northwest Territories
1. Ford F-150
2. Jeep Wrangler
3. Toyota Tacoma
4. Ram 1500
5. Ford Mustang
6. Jeep Grand Cherokee
7. GMC Sierra 1500
8. BMW 3-Series
9. Porsche 911
10. Ford Escape

Nova Scotia
1. Ford F-150
2. Honda Civic
3. Toyota Tacoma
4. Ford Mustang
5. Jeep Wrangler
6. BMW 3-Series
7. Honda CR-V
8. Volkswagen Jetta
9. Honda Accord
10. Chevrolet Corvette

Nunavut
1. Ford F-150
2. Jeep Wrangler
3. Toyota Tacoma

Ontario
1. Honda Civic
2. Ford F-150
3. BMW 3-Series
4. Ford Mustang
5. Honda Accord
6. Jeep Wrangler
7. Chevrolet Corvette
8. Honda CR-V
9. Mazda Mazda3
10. Porsche 911

Prince Edward Island
1. Honda Civic
2. Jeep Wrangler
3. Ford F-150
4. Toyota Tacoma
5. Ford Mustang
6. Toyota Corolla
7. Toyota Camry
8. Honda Accord
9. Honda CR-V
10. GMC Sierra 1500

Quebec
1. Honda Civic
2. Ford F-150
3. Ford Mustang
4. BMW 3-Series
5. Jeep Wrangler
6. Mazda Mazda3
7. Porsche 911
8. Toyota Corolla
9. Honda CR-V
10. Honda Accord

Saskatchewan
1. Ford F-150
2. Ford Mustang
3. Jeep Wrangler
4. GMC Sierra 1500
5. Honda Civic
6. Jeep Grand Cherokee
7. Ram 1500
8. Ford Escape
9. Chevrolet Corvette
10. Toyota Tacoma

Yukon
1. Ford F-150
2. Jeep Wrangler
3. Toyota Tacoma
4. Ford Mustang
5. Honda Civic
6. GMC Sierra 1500
7. Toyota RAV4
8. Jeep Grand Cherokee

Note: These lists includes searches from the top 35 nationally searched nameplates only, leaving Yukon and Nunavut with truncated lists, highlighting the unique nature of those two territories.

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Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson is a former IT professional turned freelance automotive writer and news editor. He's a member of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada and former member of the Texas Automotive Writers Association (TAWA).